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1) The Wyoming Air Service Improvement Council is working on a plan to attract more airlines to the state. Wyoming would offer a minimum revenue guarantee, so if the airline didn’t make enough money, the state would provide a subsidy. Some say tax dollars should not be given to airlines to provide air service. Others believe Wyoming would not get commercial air service without it.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The Legislative Service Office says rebuilding dormitories at the University of Wyoming should be paid for by the state. Some lawmakers are suggesting a public-private partnership, with a private developer building the dorms, and making up the cost by charging students for room and board. The LSO says quality might suffer, because a private developer will want to cut costs to maximize profits.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

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Cheyenne Police looking for stolen Mustang

Posted 7-15-18, Cheyenne Police Department (CHEYENNE) -- The Cheyenne Police Department is looking for a stolen white 2005 GT Mustang.  The car was stolen from the 800 block of Maxwell Ave. on July 6th.  The car has a red interior, chrome wheels and was taken by two...

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Deadly Crash in Cheyenne

By Katherine Chloe Cahoon, KGWN
CHEYENNE — An officer was patrolling around East 3rd Street in Cheyenne. He ran the plate on a vehicle and it came back stolen.  Click here for more

In rural Wyoming, women must often travel great distances for prenatal care

By Katie King, Casper Star-Tribune
CASPER — Every mother hopes to hear her baby cry in the seconds after giving birth. But Kelsey Wood’s son, Brenton, was silent when he came into the world on Feb. 8, 2013. Click here for more

Police warn of email scam

By Emily Mieure, Jackson Hole Daily
JACKSON — A phony email circulating among Teton County inboxes claims that a hacker has taken control of the recipient’s personal computer through a porn website. Police are warning the public to not engage with such scammers. Click here for more

Family celebrates history, fallen WWII Marine

By Katie Kull, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – Dale R. Geddes’ nieces and nephews never considered themselves “close” with one another.

Some of them had met once or twice, but the bonds between them were never strong.

Throughout their lives, “the cousins,” as they call themselves now, did have one common thread – stories about their uncle, a U.S. Marine, who died during the Battle of Tarawa in World War II in November 1943. Until recently, his body remained on the island, while a single marker kept his place in a cemetery back home.  Click here for more

Saving the Whiskey Mountain bighorns

By Kelsey Dayton, WyoFile.com
With more than 2,500 animals, the Whiskey Mountain bighorn sheep herd was once the world’s largest and the most renowned in the Lower 48, said Steve Kilpatrick, executive director of the Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation.  Click here for more

Wyoming National Guard Open House

Posted 7-15-18, Cheyenne Minuteman (F.E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE)  – The Wyoming National Guard is opening its doors to the public July 25, at the 153rd Airlift Wing, 217 Dell Range Blvd. The open house will feature static equipment displays highlighting the various...

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WIC offers food, support for many Wyoming families

Posted 7-14-18, Wyoming Department of Health (CHEYENNE) -- The Wyoming WIC Program, which is operated by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH), offers nutritious food items, as well as many other benefits, for many Wyoming families. “WIC helps all kinds of families,...

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Snowy Range Road Bridge scheduled to open July 16

Posted 7-12-18, Wyoming Department of Transportation (LARAMIE) – The new Snowy Range Road Bridge in Laramie is scheduled to open to traffic next Monday, July 16, following a grand opening ceremony that morning. Also, the public is invited to walk or bike along the new...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

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